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Why walk over those coals?’ Biden camp weighs keeping Kamala in basement, too

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 PrintBy Seth McLaughlin– The Washington Times – Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Joseph R. Biden’s campaign is contemplating the advent of Team Basement.

Sen. Kamala D. Harris bounded back into the presidential race with much the same fervor that greeted her primary run before she quickly went from presumptive front-runner to the first high-profile casualty.

The Californian looked great on paper but ended up crowded out by purity tests on the far left and by Mr. Biden, whose built-in advantages of being President Obama’s loyal sidekick proved insurmountable.


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The dilemma now facing Mr. Biden: Is Ms. Harris a better value on the trail or huddled with him in the basement out of concern that she could flop again?

David McCuan, professor of politics at Sonoma State University in California, said it is hard to predict what comes next based on Ms. Harris‘ disappointing primary run.


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